Current Fellows at the Rubenstein Center
The David M. Rubenstein National Center for White House History partners with a host of institutions to offer fellowships in White House history. Learn more about our current fellows below.
Katie joined the Association as a public history fellow in August 2022. She is in her second year of American University's Master's in Public History program, and graduated from SUNY Geneseo with a B.A. in American Studies and History in 2021. Her major research interests include women's history and pop-culture history, which she has been able to explore in her previous roles at places like Dumbarton House and the National Comedy Center. Katie is originally from Buffalo, NY.
Katey joined the Association as a History Fellow in August 2022. She is a first-year Public History Master’s student at American University. Katey received her Bachelor’s degrees in History and Accounting from Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) in Spring 2022. There, she researched Everglades National Park’s historical impact on Seminole and Miccosukee Nations. She also created a digital history of FGCU. Katey has previously worked for Everglades National Park as a history intern.